Just a note of thanks for doing this.  Wishing someone had given similar early feedback to the RDA Steering Committee.

Kate

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Harvard University Archives

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From: Encoded Archival Standards List <[log in to unmask]> on behalf of Wiedeman, Gregory <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Friday, September 13, 2019 5:19 PM
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Subject: [EAD] TS-DACS comments on RiC-O
 

Hi all,

 

TS-DACS recently responded to a closed call for reviewers from the International Council on Archives' Expert Group on Archival Description (EGAD) on their first draft of RiC-O (Records in Contexts Ontology). RiC is a proposed international standard for archival description that is integrating and building upon the four existing ICA standards - ISAD(G), ISAAR(CPF), ISDF, and ISDIAH. RiC-O is a draft RDF ontology based on the Records in Context Conceptual Model (RiC-CM)

 

While the draft version of RiC-O is not yet publically available, TS-DACS is sharing our feedback on RiC-O in the interest of transparency and in the hopes of continuing the discussion.

 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1sDHmtz3bgC207CO7pO8AhRtz3CYqwAByo3zgkLparHM/edit

 

In recent updates, EGAD has stated that they plan to release RiC-O v0.1 by the end of September along with a public open call for comments, along with a second draft of RiC-CM v0.2 in Fall 2019.

 

Best,

Greg Wiedeman

(on behalf of TS-DACS)

 

 

Gregory Wiedeman

University Archivist

M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections & Archives

University at Albany, SUNY

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